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If there was a beginning to God's creations, did God therefore change?

'After' an eternity is meaningless. Eternity is not the passage of time. There is no 'after' in eternity. It is a state other than time. This is incomprehensible to the natural man. It is realised ...
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What is causality, according to the Scriptures?

God, himself, is the cause of all things. There is no 'law of causality' that is greater than God, to which law he is subject. Else, one would have to abandon the worship of God (God forbid) and one ...
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What does "uncreated God" mean?

What is the specific meaning of the word "create" in the above phrase, according to various denominations that employ it (or attempt to refute it)? What is an overview of doctrines held by ...
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What does "uncreated God" mean?

In Proverbs 8:22-36, and really for much of Proverbs 1-9, Solomon personifies wisdom. Personification is a literary device where a writer gives personal characteristics to a non-personal entity, such ...
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If there was a beginning to God's creations, did God therefore change?

And what if eternal unchanging God had always purposed to create at just the moment and fashion in which He did; always having intended to cause time, matter, and space. No change in God whatsoever is ...
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If there was a beginning to God's creations, did God therefore change?

Hebrew Narrative A potentially confusing statement comes when Jacob leaves his family and goes to Haran: Genesis 28:10 Jacob left Beersheba and went to Haran. (ERV) ויּצא יעקב מבּאר שׁבע ויּלך חרנה ...
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Is eternity the same as infinite time or is eternity beyond time?

… kind of like on a coordinate plane for e-x, where the coordinate plane tries to approach zero but it never actually is able … So does ever-increasing finite time give the illusion of eternity? No, ...
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Is eternity the same as infinite time or is eternity beyond time?

An infinite future is a useful concept. Eternity is not an illusion. It is the reality that no matter how many times you go to sleep, you will wake up again, and when the Lord's resurrection comes for ...
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If there was a beginning to God's creations, did God therefore change?

Having been married to an artist for 48 years, I observed some facts that have a bearing on your question. Artists are creative. It is part of who they are to create something (whether the chosen ...
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